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    November 2, 2013
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station. kron 4 news starts now. >> tonight new images of the deadly l-a airport shooting suspect emerging. as we learn more about the victims he was targetting. and the t-s-a's next move to keep travellers safe. we now have more information on the alleged gunman who police say killed a tsa officer and shot 2 others friday at los angeles international airport. you can see a picture of him here. the fbi identified him as los angeles resident paul ciancia. police say ciancia was taken into custody after being shot multiple times in the chest. new images emerging of what appears to be the suspect handcuffed to a gurney. you can see that right here.
tonight new images of the deadly l-a airport shooting suspect emerging. as we learn more about the victims he was targetting. and the t-s-a's next move to keep travellers safe. we now have more information on the alleged gunman who police say killed a tsa officer and shot 2 others friday at los angeles international airport. you can see a picture of him here. the fbi identified him as los angeles resident paul ciancia. police say ciancia was taken into custody after being shot multiple times in the chest. new images emerging of what appears to be the suspect handcuffed to a gurney. you can see that right here. now investigators have the difficult task of trying to piece together a motive behind the shooting at terminal 3. everyone on the floor. everyone on the floor now. the fbi investigation continues at lax saturday. los angeles police say 23- year-old paul anthony ciancia opened fire inside the airport killing 39-year- old tsa officer gerardo hernandez and wounding two others. law enforcement officials are now looking into a rant ciancia had on him at the time of the shooting. it referred to the new world order and had anti-tsa and
anti-government claims. witnesses who encountered the suspect provided possible clues into what motivated the attack. >> the shooter was just calmly walking down the corridor, he had his gun and looked at me and said tsa? and i just shook my head, and he kept going. >> reporter: after the shooting the fbi served search warrants at the suspect's homes in l.a. and new jersey. law enforcement officials say ciancia, originally from pennsville township, new jersey sent text messages to family members there prior to the shooting. >> the text message was just a message to the little brother and the way it was written, they had some concern about it and that's when the brought to our attention. >> reporter: a neighbor of ciancia's in california says he can't believe ciancia could be the shooter. >> from knowing this guy i can't believe just doesn't make sense. >> reporter: pennsville police say ciancia had no history of violence or record of mental illness. ciancia - who was shot in the chest - remains hospitalized. cnn affiliate kcal/kcbs shot this exclusive video showing what appears to be the suspect handcuffed to a gurney arriving at ucla medical center. i'm scott thompson reporting. >> terminal 3 is now fully operperational. over eight hundred departing and seven hundred arriving flights were impacted by the shooting. today t-s-a workers are honoring the memory of that victim. officials have identified him as t-s-a officer gerardo hernandez. officials say hernandez who would have turned 40 next week -- is the first t-s-a employee to be killed in the line of duty. today, his widow spoke out about her loss.
been of these images with delays at lax. and also, tonight in scenes that it is back to normal with no problems in stay with kron 4 as we continue to follow any developments and check our facebook, a twitter and also our mobile app. >> this just in to the kron 4 news room a fatal crash of highway no. 1 that stopping traffic in both directions the chp is investigating the near stinson beach. run 4:30 a red honda nearly 200 ft. off the cliff. it was reported stolen out of vallejo. a male driver was
pronounced dead. meanwhile, bart and its unions are getting closer to finalizing a new labor contract. the two largest unions, s- e-i-u and a-t-u, voted in favor of their contract offers. kron 4's mike pelton shows what both bart and its fox unions like about the deal.
off behalf there was this will allow us to carry this agency for word for a long term and a long time. >> the board general manager says that they now have the ability to implement safety with out the problems of the red tape of the union. >> he would be stunned at the ridiculous way that this place operates. everything has to get the unions permission. i do not think that we are looking at eliminating jobs but it is more of a way of
modernizing. we are also seeing some productivity. silicon valley is so close but yet it is so far. >> reporter: they still need to vote on this and that will likely take place next week. ahmike pelton, kron 4 news. >> the owners of a senior living facility in the east bay could still face charges of elder abuse. tonight, kron four's dan rubin heard a first-hand account of what it was like to work at valley springs manor in castro valley. it's a story you'll only see on kron four. >> reporter: claunesha frazier set goals when she started working at valley spring manor in castro valley. >> and wanted to have my baby have a wonderful birthday and a wonderful christmas. are >> she started work on october eighth, just over two weeks from when the
senior care facility was ordered to close. >> we are not able to serve medication there are only three of us. are >> claunesha says managers didn't seem to care that there wasn't enough food to feed their clients. >> we are just working with what we have. >> reporter: without much support, there was a lot of work to be done. for her dedication, much. just the minimum wage. eight dollars an hour. even without getting paid, claunesha was compelled to care for someone else's family of her own. >> the family's asked me to go to the store and even purchase and diapers. >> reporter: valley spring manor staff say they did everything they could. now it's time for the owners to be punished, for not doing enough. reporting in san leandro, dan rubin, kron four news.
>> some good news. one elderly patient reported missing from the assisted- living facility has been found in san jose. 65-year-old edmund bascom was the last patient unaccounted for. according to officials, bascom was last seen at the san leandro bart station last week. a santa clara county sheriff's deputy found bacsom and took him to a local hospital. >> second-hand smoking is now illegal in walnut creek. and, breaking the law could cost violators fines ranging from 100 to 500-dollars. but as kron four's philippe djegal explains. one city councilman is fighting to have the ban repealed. >> i was the only one to vote no. >> reporter: the councilman says that he is not giving up. on giving up on second-
hand smoke the ordinance went into effect on friday going into affect downtown, parks and multi you that resident properties like condominiums, apartment and duplexes. that makes up two- thirds of the walnut creek housing. they want to appeal the ordinance and make up another one that establishes private property. >> smoking ban into downtown restrictive. and also parts and recreational areas. but this does not been anything about private property. >> reporter: this is unconstitutional and he says that this should the about collecting signatures. >> it is about weather or not the city council has run
or not there or have the right to he says that he needs to collect 430 signatures to put it on the 2013 ballot. it would not cost taxpayers a dime. >> specifically designed this so it would not cost anybody anything. >> reporter: phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. >> but not so fast says the mayor of walnut creek. cindy silva says despite told us. trying to repeal the smoking ordinance with a vote could be very expensive. given no matter what alexian you might on 2 ft. 8, and a general election, the initiative at a local election, it would be costive. it would be less expensive for a general election in the month of june. it is not free. so, based on numbers that i
received a few years ago, when we were looking at numbers a few years ago, this would probably cost $100,000. >> mayor silva goes on to say that she disagrees with councilman wedel's claim that the smoking ordinance is unconstitutional. than nine months of community outreach to gauge whether or not a ban was desired by most residents and businesses. and, in the end, silva says the council's four to one vote in favor of the ban is representative of the city. >> we started off with low clouds by the bay. sunshine for this afternoon. temperatures in the '60s and '70s for the valley. temperatures were down about 6-12 degrees and for tonight clear skies. we have a weather system that is
moving out of the bay area. clear and breezy tonight. looking for gusting winds with mostly sunny skies and a wind advisory for the higher elevations. >> an elderly man is currently missing after arriving at sfo. his family was unable to locate him as scheduled on friday. seventy-six-year-old benito segura-jimenez arrived at the airport, but when his family arrived he was no where to be found. officials say he was last seen getting into a yellow taxi around nine thirty a-m and was dropped off in daily city. segura-jiminez suffers from dementia and schizophrenia and speaks spanish. >> san francisco firefighters fought a blaze on department of public works property.and arson investigators are now on the case. the fire was in this is open space off claren-don
avenue. working on steep slopes and in heavy brush. firefighters easily identified where the fire started.which was littered with magazines and other debris. no homes were threatened by were reported. we have our arson investigation team out on the scene. >> this morning nearly a hundred supporters of city college of san francisco came together to clean up the campus. their efforts were a symbolic gesture to address the campus's one billion dollar defferred maintnence problem. that's just one of many issues brought into question by the community college accreditation commission. >> today's effort was not focused on it was focused on letting people know that we care about city college.
however it looks. we are united. and we are a great institution. you know, the challenges are not insurmountable. today, it proves that we can absolutely keep the doors open and continue to serve this community that we have had for nearly 80 years. >> chancellor tyler, who took office just two days ago, realizes he faces more challenges besides defferred maintenance at city college. >> this northern california family after a halloween candy mysterious sickness. and a show stint disturbing details what happened at this nba game and a detailed breakdown of the l 8 x shooter made this investigator difficult forward..
>> one person is in critical condition tonight after being shot along piedmont avenue in oakland. police say one or more suspects were involved in the early morning shooting. the suspects are still on the loose. the shooting occurred about a block from where another victim was shot one week earlier. a man visiting san francisco's mission district has gone missing. twenty-two-year-old paul netto called his family in brazil monday. telling him that he was being followed. netto hasn't been heard from since. he told his family he needed help from police around eleven p-m and cell phone records put him near 19th and folsom. his family has filed a missing person's report, but netto has yet to be located. >> we could see some strong winds. however, not as strong for some power outages but thames for tomorrow the cool off. upper 30's. 40's in san jose and
the temperatures will be similar to what we saw today with 70's and the valley. your kron 4 7 day around the bay a bit warmer for tuesday that could be the new warmest day for this next seven days. thursday, friday, there is a weather system coming down from the coast. it is having a difficult time however, just a slight chance of showers on friday and do not forget tonight. it is daylight savings time. we are falling back
daylight-saving time ends carl azuz shines a little light on standard time - and how it's not exactly the standard. daylight saving time sounds just saving time. you're saving daylight time. out of some folks why we time. that's what it's called: standard time. we spend 8 months out of the time... still called standard. it's been shrinking since world war one. that's when daylight-saving time was first implemented to save energy. the switch made the sunset time, later in the day... turn their lights on as early. but what about winter, and the fall back to standard? well, look at it this way. most parts of the u.s. only get about 9 and a half hours of daylight in winter- time. that's not much! if we didn't set our clocks back in the fall, sunrise wouldn't be until 8:30am in many places-- you'd be starting and ending your day in the dark. falling back to standard little closer to what we're used to; it helps us start our day in the light. plus, there's that whole extra-hour-of-sleep thing, assuming you go to bed on time when we fall back. so less daylight, but more
sleep... unless you happen to live inmost parts of arizona and daylight-saving time. they don't have to; it's not required by law. so at least during standard time, they may have an easier time computing time after all, that takes time. carl azuz, cnn, atlanta >> coming up the next edition of people behaving badly.
next. nations turning to the u-n to address our nations surveillance program. new details of a legislation proposal. (male announcer): here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> stanley: if you have time take a walk along the bay bridge trail you might notice a few
things first off for the first mile and a half the only trash receptacle will be this don't trash california bag the second thing empty water bottles that litter the landscape, but the third the most bizzare are bag like this what are they? well lets just say they are not goodie bags, i know i will call them doggie bags, and not the type you might get from a restaurant did i just spoil you appetite? oh i'm sorry, maybe you might just want to step away from the table for the next few moments you see all up and down the newly designed path are doggie bags fill with . well you get the idea but wait its gets better, or should i say worse based on the segment being called people behaving badly you see some people hsve gotten into the habit of playing hide and go seek with thiese safty barriers see its all coming together now isnt it the barriers are suppose to be sealed but if you look inside you might find water bottles and yes at one filled doggie bag you can't make this stuff up people! did i mention you can also find doggies bags in this safety barrel, yup nasty huh? the security officer deceided to step up and dispose of the garbage and ues there are some trash cans available but inconsiderate people would rather toss them over a fence you know there is a sign that reads pack it in back it out that means you dog waste too on the bay bridge trail stanley roberts kron 4 news if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot- com. and now for something cute. a chinese panda cub will soon be released into the wild. .... .
(male announcer) this is the bay area news station. kron 4 news starts now. >> the female panda has been learning survival skills since her birth. to minimize human interaction researchers wore panda costumes. the panda will be released into a chinese nature reserve next wednesday. coming up at 8:30. a mother hospitalized after eating her daughters halloween candy. what police found inside. and what parents need to watch out for. plus. a northern california rapist about to be released. now that's in jeopardy. we share who's change of heart could change the fate of the convict. back to our top developing story. the los angeles international airport is now a crime scene. a day after a gunman opened fire, killing a t-s-a officer and injuring two others. tonight investigators are trying to piece together what happened inside terminal three. dan simon breaks down how it all started. >> "it's going to be a major, major, incident." >> reporter: los angeles international airport, 9:20 am local time. the f-b-i says 23-year old paul anthony ciancia enters terminal 3, pulls a rifle from a bag and opens fire. >> "he proceeded into the screening area where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself." are >>
>> reporter: at the security checkpoint, tsa officers, who are not armed, are shot. one - 39 year old gerardohe is the first t-s-a officer to die in the line of duty since the agency was established in 2001. authorities say after shooting his way through this security checkpoint, ciancia manages to make it all the way down this hallway. they say he is stopped by authorities in the food court area. hundreds run for their lives. >> "it was a complete panic. people were screaming and i saw children crying." >> "pure and utter mayhem. people were tripping over each other on the floor, bags everywhere. crying. screaming." >> flying down the hallway and they were just jumping over chairs, jumping over people. hiding, and we were kind of trapped at the end of the terminal." >> reporter: trapped, with no where else to escape, some passengers run onto the airport tarmac. others use anything they can to protect themselves. >> "the first shot just kind
of caught us off guard. second shot went in and i grabbed luggage and started making walls and walls out of luggage, and i could see the guy as he's walking towards the escalator and he's just pointing down past us." >> reporter: after making it hundreds of feet into the terminal the gunman is shot by police, multiple times in the chest, and lives. though the motive is still unclear. a federal law enforcement official says investigators found information on the suspect expressing anti-federal government sentiment -- and also anger at the t-s-a specifically. is clear -- the gunman was intent on causing much more destruction. authorities say he had additional ammunition. >> "there were more than 100 more rounds that could have literally killed everybody in that terminal." >> tsa is now reviewing it's policy on officer safety. tsa administrators say the agency's officers are the first line of defense in airport security and the agency will do everything possible to make sure that
friday's tragedy will never be repeated. there was no mention if this means that officers will be armed in the future. >> the release of a serial rapist will likely be delayed. this comes after a landlord decided against supporting the man's move to northern los angeles county. hubbart was committed to a state mental hospital nearly two decades ago. known as the pillow case rapist, he's admitted tohis attacks took place in l-a county from 1971 to 19-72. and in the south bay from 19-80 to 19-82. and an attack outside a san jose middle ll still be released, but not before a state contractor searches for a different location. >> the family of 13-year-old andy lopez plans to file a civil rights lawsuit monday against sonoma county. lopez is the 13-year-old shot and killed by a deputy.who spotted him carrying an assault rifle, which turned out to be a replica. the family claims that deputy erick gelhaus shot
lopez without cause. and says the department did not properly train deputies in such situations. the county has not commented. we'll continue to follow the case. the family's attorney has scheduled a news conference for monday. you can get updates on our facebook and twitter pages, on kron four-dot-com, and on our new mobile app. >> parking area. germany and brazil are privacy. they're asking the u-n general assembly to adopt a draft resolution calling for an end to excessivethe draft notes that the highly intrusive act." voted on later this month. it follows allegations that the u-s spied on foreign leaders -- including brazil's president and the chancellor of germany. >> we have clear conditions for tonight. over the mount
tam the camera is shaking a bit. this weather system that pushed through tonight. nearly 32 mph! already, 40 m.p.h. the wind has been picking up nearly every location. through since sued the valley and the north bay, the east bay, with a wind advisory. sousin valley from 50s along the coast to 70's inland. more about your seven day forecast and your kron 4 7 day around the bay >> a warning to parents to always check halloween candy. after tainted halloween candy sent a northern california mom to the hospital. you see a tiny hole in this snickers bar wrapper. north salinas police say that piece of candy was given to a 16-month-old trick-or-treater. however, by coincidence, the girl's mother ate the candy bar instead.and almost
immediately started to feel ill. that's when the victim's brother ended up taking her to the emergency room. >> "with that kind of strength i almost shudder to think what could have happened to my niece, it would have been far too strong of a dosage for a toddler." >> officials believe some kind of acid-based drug was injected into the chocolate. police believe this was an isolated incident and an investigation is underway. >> this weekend. loved ones are honored in day of the dead celebrations. latin americans go to the graveyards to reconnect with their dearly departed. this traditional national holiday dates back to pre- hispanic times at this time of each year, millions of hispanics go to public markets and purchase plenty of flowers to to honor the dead. some people also believe that its strong aroma attracts the spirits of the departed. some of you have been sending us photos of your day of the dead
celebrations. you can send them to us on our facebook page. or e-mail them to breaking news at kron dot com. or send them using our mobile app. we'll put them on our facebook page - and keep sharing them on t-v. >> still ahead. a major operation for a jockey injured the breeders cup! left him and his horse seriously injured! plus. a first hand look at apple's latest tech toy! the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want
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being blasted for controversial statements made about president obama. in an email sent from a county-issued account, max lenington used derogatory words when discussing mister obama's re-election. >> "one day my dear sister emailed me and asked me 'what do you think max? why did we lose?' and that was my response to her." >> "he can say those hateful things from his rocking chair on his front porch but he can't say them from the county court house, the symbol of justice in our community. we won't accept it." >> thompson is calling for a resignation. local officials haven't said if lenington's actions were a violation of county policies. new details tonight on a tragic fall yesterday at the races. hall of fame jockey john velasquez underwent surgery today to remove his spleen after his horse, secret compass, fell during the running of the two million dollar breeders cup competition. in the fall secret compas broke her leg and had to be euthanized on the track. coming up. a man inches away from a fatal accident! we take another look at that amazing video coming up!
it's been a sour week for wine lovers. talk of a global shortage has been making headlines. reports say that this is due to a global shift of the u-s primed to take over as the world's number one market for wine. for the past 10 years wine has been reasonably
expensive, but with a shortage changes may be happening. for consumers this means they could be seeing slight a price hike in the future. coming up. we take a look at what's hot at movie theatres >> this is incredible! chocolate chip cookies. english muffins. the owner. >> this is my baby he specially, these types of items they think about the holidays it is connected and that makes people feel good. because people taste something n it's like this is of the that my grandmother made. >> something organic, gluten-free, an amazing coffee. and she also
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8:55pm >> this weekend at the movies there's saving the world from aliens. saving turkeys from thanksgiving. and saving four old buddies from themselves! carl azuz has this week's "now showing." "ender's game" is a sci-fi action film starring harrison ford. in an effort to protect the earth from an alien attack-- an international military searches for a new leader who can take troops into battle and save the world. ender's game is rated p-g 13 take a trip to "last vegas" with four lifelong friends who head to sin city for a
bachelor party. partying, the old buddies realize --they're not in their twenties anymore. the film stars robert de niro, morgan freeman, michael douglas and kevin kline "last vegas" is rated pg-13. and-- "free birds" is an animated comedy that follows two turkeys who join forces to travel back in time. their goal is to get turkey off thanksgiving menus for good. the movie features the voices of owen wilson, woody harrelson and amy poehler.
"free birds" is rated p-g. azuz soon, californians from sacramento to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance.
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"e.t." >> did camille grammer hire bodyguards? is she in fear for her life? we have the latest in the beverly hills housewife's alleged abuse story. from new york, i'm rocsi diaz. >> and from l.a., i'm rob marciano. >> this picture really shows a dark bruise. >> do these photos prove camille's boyfriend beat her, as "e.t." uncovers new clues about their relationship. welcome to my yard sale! >> "e.t." cameras take you inside the tents for steadman's antique desk, the baby carriage, the antique couch. >> my celebrity butt was sitting on it. >> how you can own oprah's favorite things. plus, the one item she is taking back. >> i think i should have